TBB-3002 Brush Blazer features a 48-inch cut width that allows the tracked unit to tackle trees up to 4 inches in diameter.
It’s available with a 28-horsepower Briggs & Stratton Vanguard or a 27-horsepower Kohler EFI engine. In optimal cutting conditions, the Brush Blazer can clear up to six acres per day, Peco says. The unit has a five-gallon tank that allows a run time ranging from four to six hours, depending on the job’s terrain and material.
A rotary brush cutting system features two half-inch-thick steel discs, each with three hardened steel flail blades. The weight of the discs and the mass of the blades give the unit the strength and momentum needed to plow through tall grass, brush and woody material. The flail blades are easy to sharpen and are double sided for extra longevity.